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In my Liverpool home

When I left England a little over five years ago, I had determined that it had failed me.

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Ferry Across the Mersey.

I sit here this sedentary Sunday afternoon, on the eve of becoming a grandfather for the first time.

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the Triumvirate.

Give or take a few more flourishes, I am near completion of Trinity-or the Triumvirate to rechristen it with its new, rather loftier title.I’m beside myself with how this piece has turned out-I think its my most accomplished painting to date.

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Perfumes and Mishaps

I love the smell of my studio in the mornings, the warm comforting aroma of turpentine and oils potent in the air-my own little inner sanctum of incense.

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Head Candy-a blind man looking into the night sky

Exploring the dark alleyways, sometimes its all too easy to lose yourself rifling through the trash.

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Earth shaking

This being Easter- working on this piece strikes me as incredibly apropos.

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At Alex Salazars opening, with beautiful Lani

Art hop

On Friday, we wandered over to Alex Salazars new gallery downtown.

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Whirlygig, mindgasm, oblivion

‘Amazing how grimly we hold on to our misery, the energy we burn fueling our anger. Amazing how one moment, we can be snarling like a beast, then a few moments later, forgetting what or why. Not hours of this, or days, or months, or years of this… But decades. Lifetimes completely used up, given […]

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Sketchblog

Caught myself in the midst of a Monday melancholy funk, which seems to be my default, post exhibition.

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Dark and Light at Thumbprint Gallery

In which a little thumbnail corner of Hillcrest was inhabited with numbers in the high digits-or so the pun should go.

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